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Welcome to the newly refurnished DEADPOOL subreddit, where fans can come and rejoice about that Merc With A Mouth, Mr. Wade Wilson himself!

“Thanos wins.” These two words encompass the overall theme of Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw’s run on Thanos for Marvel Comics, which began with Issue 13 last week. The new creative team is embracing the mad titan’s knack for death and destruction by not only showing him rule over the alien Chitauri in the present, but also stand triumphant as the so-called “final king” millions of years in the future.

This revelation wasn’t the only surprise to be found in Thanos #13. The appearance of another character from the future, a former herald of Galactus Ghost Rider, somehow managed to overshadow Thanos in his own comic book. Future Ghost Rider made a dramatic entrance raining blood down on the surface of Chitauri Prime with a blaster in each hand. Impressive as that may be, the character’s mannerisms hinted at him being someone familiar to fans of Marvel’s comic and movie output. Who do we know with a potty mouth, tendency to talk too much during tense situations, and an affinity for large guns? If you answered the Merc with a Mouth Deadpool, you’d be correct.

It wasn’t until I completed the issue that the thought of the Ghost Rider being Deadpool entered my mind. The chances of Thanos’ Black Right Hand being an established character in the Marvel Universe is high, even with him coming from a million years in the future. Deadpool has played many roles in his illustrious lifetime in the comics, from X-Man to Avenger to one of Apocalypse’s Four Horsemen. That last occurrence took place in Extraordinary X-Men’s “Apocalypse Wars” story arc , which also included a time travel adventure to the future, so there’s already a precedent for Deadpool to outlive all of us.

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Welcome to the newly refurnished DEADPOOL subreddit, where fans can come and rejoice about that Merc With A Mouth, Mr. Wade Wilson himself!

“Thanos wins.” These two words encompass the overall theme of Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw’s run on Thanos for Marvel Comics, which began with Issue 13 last week. The new creative team is embracing the mad titan’s knack for death and destruction by not only showing him rule over the alien Chitauri in the present, but also stand triumphant as the so-called “final king” millions of years in the future.

This revelation wasn’t the only surprise to be found in Thanos #13. The appearance of another character from the future, a former herald of Galactus Ghost Rider, somehow managed to overshadow Thanos in his own comic book. Future Ghost Rider made a dramatic entrance raining blood down on the surface of Chitauri Prime with a blaster in each hand. Impressive as that may be, the character’s mannerisms hinted at him being someone familiar to fans of Marvel’s comic and movie output. Who do we know with a potty mouth, tendency to talk too much during tense situations, and an affinity for large guns? If you answered the Merc with a Mouth Deadpool, you’d be correct.

It wasn’t until I completed the issue that the thought of the Ghost Rider being Deadpool entered my mind. The chances of Thanos’ Black Right Hand being an established character in the Marvel Universe is high, even with him coming from a million years in the future. Deadpool has played many roles in his illustrious lifetime in the comics, from X-Man to Avenger to one of Apocalypse’s Four Horsemen. That last occurrence took place in Extraordinary X-Men’s “Apocalypse Wars” story arc , which also included a time travel adventure to the future, so there’s already a precedent for Deadpool to outlive all of us.

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Welcome to the newly refurnished DEADPOOL subreddit, where fans can come and rejoice about that Merc With A Mouth, Mr. Wade Wilson himself!

Welcome to the newly refurnished DEADPOOL subreddit, where fans can come and rejoice about that Merc With A Mouth, Mr. Wade Wilson himself!

“Thanos wins.” These two words encompass the overall theme of Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw’s run on Thanos for Marvel Comics, which began with Issue 13 last week. The new creative team is embracing the mad titan’s knack for death and destruction by not only showing him rule over the alien Chitauri in the present, but also stand triumphant as the so-called “final king” millions of years in the future.

This revelation wasn’t the only surprise to be found in Thanos #13. The appearance of another character from the future, a former herald of Galactus Ghost Rider, somehow managed to overshadow Thanos in his own comic book. Future Ghost Rider made a dramatic entrance raining blood down on the surface of Chitauri Prime with a blaster in each hand. Impressive as that may be, the character’s mannerisms hinted at him being someone familiar to fans of Marvel’s comic and movie output. Who do we know with a potty mouth, tendency to talk too much during tense situations, and an affinity for large guns? If you answered the Merc with a Mouth Deadpool, you’d be correct.

It wasn’t until I completed the issue that the thought of the Ghost Rider being Deadpool entered my mind. The chances of Thanos’ Black Right Hand being an established character in the Marvel Universe is high, even with him coming from a million years in the future. Deadpool has played many roles in his illustrious lifetime in the comics, from X-Man to Avenger to one of Apocalypse’s Four Horsemen. That last occurrence took place in Extraordinary X-Men’s “Apocalypse Wars” story arc , which also included a time travel adventure to the future, so there’s already a precedent for Deadpool to outlive all of us.


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